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My 690 gets 80-130fps in any games at 1440p at max biggrin.gif

Well for $1000 it better do that plus wash your dishes and walk the dog. thumb.gif

Me on the other hand, I hope for GTX 680 price drops so I can just go SLI and finally get a 2560x1440 screen. biggrin.gif
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You know, millions upon millions of people get by spending a moderate amount of money and still enjoy the games they play. No one is holding a gun to your head telling you you have to upgrade your system every 8 months when something better comes along, and your previous hardware doesn't run any worse than it did before when something new comes out. If you want to spend hundreds every year to have the latest and greatest hardware, you can, and many here do, but if you feel it's not an optimal use of your money you can just as easily save it or use it on something else.

I agree with you 100%, I could play any game at max settings with only two GTX 480's in SLI on a single 1080P 1920x1080 monitor!
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You know, millions upon millions of people get by spending a moderate amount of money and still enjoy the games they play. No one is holding a gun to your head telling you you have to upgrade your system every 8 months when something better comes along, and your previous hardware doesn't run any worse than it did before when something new comes out. If you want to spend hundreds every year to have the latest and greatest hardware, you can, and many here do, but if you feel it's not an optimal use of your money you can just as easily save it or use it on something else.

Thanks for putting the proper perspective on someone who clearly is making up anti-pc fud.

The fact is that a lot of PC gamers upgrade ONCE and stick to that set up for many years. There's still a lot of C2D users out there with "ok" graphics cards and set ups that are satisfied with their gaming experience on the PC AND still have better graphics than consoles. thumb.gif
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I agree with you 100%, I could play any game at max settings with only two GTX 480's in SLI on a single 1080P 1920x1080 monitor!

That is on 120Hz..................?



i didnt think so wink.gif
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That is on 120Hz..................?
i didnt think so wink.gif

I haven't decided yet on 120Hz, but I know I don't want a monitor bigger than 24" inches as I like the .26 dot pitch. I'm wanting the Asus VG236H 23-Inch purely for 2D, but there seems to be quite a few people having issues with green tinting and stuck or dead pixels either right out of the box or sometime later on.

I'm still considering it though, I really want this monitor. I have a few dead pixels towards the center of my screen that don't bother me much when gaming, I've always liked having the smallest dot pitch! I never buy a matte screen again, been using gloss screen for 8 years and can't go back to matte.
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I agree
The really funny thing is "I spent over $500 to play video games" lol Try to pick up a girl with that line

Depending on the girl, it actually works pretty well ... if she is a gamer herself and/or a gold digger. biggrin.gif
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I haven't decided yet on 120Hz, but I know I don't want a monitor bigger than 24" inches as I like the .26 dot pitch. I'm wanting the Asus VG236H 23-Inch purely for 2D, but there seems to be quite a few people having issues with green tinting and stuck or dead pixels either right out of the box or sometime later on.
I'm still considering it though, I really want this monitor. I have a few dead pixels towards the center of my screen that don't bother me much when gaming, I've always liked having the smallest dot pitch! I never buy a matte screen again, been using gloss screen for 8 years and can't go back to matte.

Get a BenQ 24 inch( 2410X? I remember this sells in the high 300 range) then (the cheaper model that don't come with 3D emitter and equipment),

Pitty you don't want a 27" because 144Hz VG278HE @ 499.99 almost made me sell my 120Hz VG 278H, and coming from a 1366X768 21.5" Dell I didn't have a single issue with ppi. I haven't had any significant issue with my 278H, 2 incidents of green LED bleeding(it appeared a bit at the bottom) during in-game cinematic but nothing to RMA about.
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Depending on the girl, it actually works pretty well ... if she is a gamer herself and/or a gold digger. biggrin.gif

He sees it how it is.
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I haven't decided yet on 120Hz, but I know I don't want a monitor bigger than 24" inches as I like the .26 dot pitch. I'm wanting the Asus VG236H 23-Inch purely for 2D, but there seems to be quite a few people having issues with green tinting and stuck or dead pixels either right out of the box or sometime later on.
I'm still considering it though, I really want this monitor. I have a few dead pixels towards the center of my screen that don't bother me much when gaming, I've always liked having the smallest dot pitch! I never buy a matte screen again, been using gloss screen for 8 years and can't go back to matte.

I agree with you on the glossy screen. I had the Asus VG236H and loved it, but i wanted something bigger, so i bought the VG278H 27" with Anti glare coating, and i hated it so much i ended up sending it back, the gamma was also way out for me on that monitor. Im now on the Samsung S27A950D 27" with glossy screen and i love it.

So, no more matte for me either wink.gif
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